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Social Sciences and Society - Audio
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by Villanova University
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This section holds lectures on topics related to Social Sciences and Society. Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/social-sciences-and-society-audio/id388957318. Items in this collection are restricted.
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Community Audio
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discussion In Bulgarian.
Topics: Neoliberalism, social science, Bulgaria, debate
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Collaborative Programs in Social Sciences at Brock
Topic: collaborative programs
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Collaborative Programs in the Social Sciences at Brock University
Topic: collaborative programs
Mises University 2012
by David Gordon
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Presented at Mises University 2012 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama; 27 July 2012.
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Battle of Ideas 2010, Battle for Social Policy, Royal College of Art, London Speakers: Jude England, head, social sciences, British Library; co-author, Sage Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses Dr Val Gillies, co-director, ESRC Families and Social Capital Research Group, London South Bank University; author, Marginalised Mothers: exploring working class experiences of parenting Dr Ellie Lee, lecturer in social policy, University of Kent, Canterbury; co-ordinator, Pro-Choice Forum Peter...
Topics: battle of ideas, 2010, social science, society, politics
An Oral History of the Church
by Adam Christman and Jonathan McCormick
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What is the role of the social sciences as they relate to history? Aren't they just one and the same? We dig into this subject as deep as we can this week. It builds on the last several episodes - the use of primary, secondary, and even tertiary sources. Come back next week for our discussion of history writing! Questions or comments? Please contact us at churchhistorypodcast@gmail.com or on Twitter @OralHistoryPod and we might answer them on the show! We hope to hear from you. Our next volume...
Community Audio
by Rev. Gerald A. Arbuckle, sm, PhD, FRAI
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Topics: Catholic Studies | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
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by Rev. Gerald A. Arbuckle, sm, PhD, FRAI
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Topics: Catholic Studies | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Atheopolitical
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I speak with Keith Rinier about the value of social sciences and other "soft" sciences in academia and in general. Intro and outro music used by direct permission from Dubscribe - https://soundcloud.com/dubscribe_produkt
Audible Impact
by Professor Patrick Dunleavy, Sierra Williams
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Contributor(s): Professor Patrick Dunleavy, Sierra Williams | In this podcast, Professor Patrick Dunleavy talks about how big data will affect the future of the social sciences. Say goodbye to academic siloes as we enter into a new age of cross/multi/and inter-disciplines. In this changing landscape, the old boundaries between physical, social and data science disintegrate. Here Professor Dunleavy talks about the Social Science of Human-Dominated and Human-Influenced Systems given as part of...
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by France Culture - Serge Tisseron
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Serge Tisseron s'entretient avec Pablo Jensen, physicien, directeur de recherches CNRS à l'ENS de Lyon, et fondateur des Cafés des sciences. C’est le propre de toute société que d’essayer de légitimer son propre ordre social afin d’assurer sa pérennité. En Occident, ce sont longtemps les dieux qui ont servi à légitimer les pouvoirs en place, jusqu’aux guerres de religion où il est apparu que la référence à Dieu n’était plus capable de fonder l’autorité politique....
Topics: Sciences Sociales, Sciences Physiques
There is an ongoing explosion in the amount and complexity of data collected by social and health scientists. Many of these are temporal data that describe time-evolving populations of individual people and their relationships between each other. Traditional training in social and health sciences does not contain a ‘data management’ course, and consequently most social and health scientists are under prepared to properly manage, manipulate, and archive the data that they collect. This has...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Marc Smith, Samuel Clark
Rationalité et sciences sociales
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by Jon Elster
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Né en 1940 à Oslo, Jon Elster a fait ses études à Oslo et à Paris, où il a défendu sa thèse « Production et Reproduction : Essai sur Marx » pour le Doctorat ès lettres et sciences humaines en 1972. Après avoir enseigné pendant quelque temps la sociologie à l'Université de Paris VIII, il est devenu membre des départements de philosophie et d'histoire à l'Université d'Oslo. Vers les années 1980 il a commencé à enseigner la science politique aux Etats-Unis, d'abord à...
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by French American International School
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Sciences Economiques et Sociales Seconde Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sciences-economiques-et-sociales-seconde/id559770463. Items in this collection are restricted.
Topics: podcast, itunes, apple
Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Prof. Timothy Horner, Ph. D.
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Villanova Leadership Academy workshop on Social Responsibility. Presented by Dr. Timothy Horner, Ph.D., Villanova University.
*Savoirs critiques et recherche publique : sciences sociales et sciences experimentales, pour quels usages?* 21 mai 2015 Tout en posant la question de lâinsertion des savoirs critiques dans la recherche publique, on sâinterrogera sur leurs attendus épistemologiques et sur leurs effets politiques. Contre le paradigme essentiellement utilitariste et productiviste qui domine les sciences experimentales comme les sciences sociales, quels savoirs developper, comment et dans quelles...
Topics: recherche publique, savoirs critiques, sciences sociales, recherche participative, universite...
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by The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate
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public lecture by Dominique Cardon (Centre for Social Movements at Ãcole des hautes études et sciences sociales, Paris), followed by a debate In French, with simultaneous interpretation into Bulgarian.
Topics: Social Networking and Mobilizations, Dominique Cardon
Insect Minute
by WKNC 88.1 | NC State Student Radio
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Our resident entomology expert Heather Campbell brings us another Insect Minute. This week’s topic: social insects.
Yarra Institute for Religion and Social Policy
by webmaster@yarrainstitute.org.au
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On 23 June 2010 Steven Ames presented the Yarra Institute for Religion and Social Policy with a constructive conversation on the topic of God and the Natural Science with special comments on Atheist Convention. Click HERE to download a transcript of his talk. Click HERE to listen to a podcast of the event
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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Discours sur les sciences et les arts de Jean-Jacques Rousseau lu pour Librivox par Aldor. Le Discours sur les sciences et les arts est un texte de Jean-Jacques Rousseau écrit dans le cadre du concours de l’Académe de Dijon de 1750. Lauréat du concours, Rousseau voit son essai fort commenté et lui doit sa célébrité, bien avant son opus magnum Du contrat social. Comme le veut le concours, le discours répond à une question : il s’agissait alors de déterminer « Si le rétablissement...
Topics: librivox, audiobook, literature, livre audio, littérature, Discours sur les sciences et les arts,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Community Audio
by Melanie Swan
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(This is a better quality version of the other file) At some point in the next few decades, the capability of technology could outpace that of life. However, life and technology are not disparate streams but are already starting to converge as high-impact research findings show in synthetic biology, DNA nanotechnology, nanomedicine, neuroimaging, whole brain simulation and longevity.
Topics: Future technology, future of technology, intelligence, life, genome, DNA, synthetic biology, DNA...
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by Melanie Swan
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At some point in the next few decades, the capability of technology could outpace that of life. However, life and technology are not disparate streams but are already starting to converge as high-impact research findings show in synthetic biology, DNA nanotechnology, nanomedicine, neuroimaging, whole brain simulation and longevity.
Topics: Future technology, future of technology, intelligence, life, genome, DNA, synthetic biology, DNA...
Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Dr. Lawrence Little
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Villanova University presents Dr. Lawrence Little's lecture, "Catholic Social Teaching and Racism - Seeking Social Justice."
Centre for Market and Public Organisation
by Unknown
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On the same day he was presenting at the CMPO Networks in Industry conference, Matthew Jackson (Caltech and Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences) took the time to discuss his research into social networks.
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
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What has business got to do with social work? Tim Palmer talks to Podsocs about the relationships companies have with society, people, communities and the environment and opportunities for social work.
Social Science Review
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by George Hannaford
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Welcome to the SSR or the Social Science Review. This podcast aims to enlighten anyone who wants to expand or begin their knowledge in social science. Within the SSR we look at Sociology Psychology Philosophy in weekly episodes. Thank you for listening. Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/social-science-review/id942794071. Items in this collection are restricted.
Topics: podcast, itunes, apple
AUDIOCITE.NET Archive
by Jean-Jacques ROUSSEAU
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau ( 1712 - 1778 ) est un écrivain , philosophe et musicien francophone. Le «  Discours sur les sciences et les arts » est un texte   écrit dans le cadre du concours de l’ Académie de Dijon ( 1750 ). Lauréat, Rousseau voit son essai , à contre-courant des idées des Lumières de son temps, très critiqué mais lui doit une célébrité polémique, 12 ans avant «  Du contrat social  » . Jean-Jacques Rousseau ( 1712 - 1778 ) est un écrivain , philosophe et...
Topics: discours, philosophie, sciences, arts
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
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Podsocs, the podcast for social workers on the run, brings you topics of interest for all human services practitioners, students and academics. Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podsocs-social-work-podcasts/id540896605. Items in this collection are restricted.
Topics: podcast, itunes, apple
Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Office of Graduate Studies
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This is a recording of the annual Graduate Arts and Sciences Program Directors' Meeting, in which the Office of Graduate Studies gives an update on current and future affairs for the graduate programs.
Social Psychology Lectures
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by Dana C. Leighton
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Lectures given to support my PSY 216 Social Psychology course at Portland Community College, Portland Oregon, USA. Only the last half of the class is being podcast. These are ENHANCED podcasts -- open your artwork & video viewer to see the slides. Archived from iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/social-psychology-lectures/id279743630. Items in this collection are restricted.
Topics: podcast, itunes, apple
Social Riot Radio
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by Social Riot
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Social Riot Radio is an edutainment show. Talk with a purpose. Insightful, realistic, relatable and entertaining. Smart talks about love, relationships, friendships, morals, culture, lifestyles, etc. To entertain my listeners and educate them to real life situations that people go through on a daily basis. You never can tell how someone's experiences may be beneficial to someone listening. "If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can't...
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Community Audio
by The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate
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14 December (Wednesday) 2011, 5.30 p.m. Gulliver hall Centre for Liberal Strategies: The Future through the Culture of the Past: Bulgarian Economic and Social History Seminar presents: The Progressive Liberals. Social Networks and Dependencies lecture by Svetoslav Jivkov (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridsky) The seminar is led by Roumen Avramov (Centre for Liberal Strategies) and Martin Ivanov (Institute of History, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences). In Bulgarian.
Topics: Liberals, Sofia
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by Ghettomedz9
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Edit Embed Stats Boost Share Delete About the show CHART POSITIONS This upload was 92nd in the #underground hip hop chart. TAGGED #interview#underground hip hop#cape town#burni aman and the sciences#switzerland We caught up with Burni Aman _a hip hop/spoken word artist and wordsmith from Cape Town, South Africa. Formerly formerly aligned with the rap ensemble Godessa together with Shameema and EJ von Lyric that As a collective they brought you worx like Social Ills and Mindz Ablaze before going...
Sea Grant and Lake Michigan
by University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
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In this episode, Chris and Doggus head to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's School of Freshwater Sciences. Interesting things unfold outside, which call to mind unusual opportunities of employment for dogs, as well as some common sense things about feeding birds and owning dogs. Jane Harrison, an environmental social scientist working for Sea Grant, joins them for a walk and a chat about her work before Chris heads inside.
Women Warriors
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This week on Women Warriors, our special guest is Lisa Ann Landry, Corporate Trainer and Motivational Speaker, will help share insights on social media covering the topic  “Social Media for Kindergarteners.”  Wonder how best to leverage social media for your professional profile and business as well as tips you should know using the online tools?   Join Women Warriors and expand your knowledge. Lisa Ann Laundry (M.S.M) is “an exuberant force of light and empowerment to those she comes...
Ourmedia
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PS Krishnan talking about "Social Justice and Reservation", during a meeting organized by the Chennai based Indian School of Social Sciences. 2nd August 2006.
Topics: reservation, india, social justice
Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Alumni Medallion Vice Admiral Nanette M. DeRenzi, USN, ’83, History Alfonso Martinez-Fonts ’71, Political Science Young Alumni Medallion Ivanley Noisette ’08, Political Science Graduate Alumni Medalli
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Shine Springs Farm Shinecast
by Sheree Martin
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This episode of the Shine Springs Farm Shinecast includes a quick update on farm dog Koda. The rest of the podcast features an edited version of Sheree's presentation on Marketing Your Farm Through Social Media at the Farm and Food Forum, an event hosted in late October 2012 by the Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network. Complete show notes available at www.benfranklinfollies.com, www.shinespringsfarm.com and www.teachsocialbusiness.com. The brief snippet of music heard in the first minutes of...
Play the Game 2013
by Play the Game
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Play the Game 2013. Social media: How do they change sport? Thursday 31 October 2013, 11:30-13:00 Chairs: Thomas Horky (GER) and Jörg-Uwe Nieland (GER) Speakers: Thomas Horky, Professor, Macromedia University of Applied Sciences (GER). Roy Panagiotopoulou, Professor, University of Athens, Communication and Media Studies (GRE). Christoph Grimmer, Lecturer journalism programme, Institute of Sports Science, University of Tübingen (GER). Joerg-Uwe Nieland, Senior reseacher and lecturer, German...
DigitalGov Podcast
by DigitalGov University
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The Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST) uses theories, research, and methods from the social and behavioral sciences to address and solve challenges faced by the public. Team members come from a variety of backgrounds, including economics, psychology, and political science.
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
by podsocs.com
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I have the pleasure today to be in conversation with Teoh Ai Hua, President of the Malaysian Association of Social Workers and Raymund Jagan, also from the Malaysian Association of Social Workers and counsellor in the Social Welfare Department, Kuala Lumpar office. There are exciting changes afoot in Malaysian Social Work.
Play the Game 2013
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Play the Game 2013. Social media: How do they change sport? Thursday 31 October 2013, 11:30-13:00 Chairs: Thomas Horky (GER) and Jörg-Uwe Nieland (GER) Speakers: Thomas Horky, Professor, Macromedia University of Applied Sciences (GER). Roy Panagiotopoulou, Professor, University of Athens, Communication and Media Studies (GRE). Christoph Grimmer, Lecturer journalism programme, Institute of Sports Science, University of Tübingen (GER). Joerg-Uwe Nieland, Senior reseacher and lecturer, German...
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
by podsocs.com
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The growth of social work is exploding in China supported by government. Social work itself is both old and new in China. Terry Leung discusses the growth of the social work profession in China through a Foucauldian governmentality lens and the benefits social work brings to China.
by Nancy Donohoo
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Join Nancy Donohoo’s bi-weekly podcast, Talk at the Top, and get to know the key influencers in life sciences and healthcare who are positively impacting patients, providers, consumers and the industry itself! Nancy’s guests include groundbreakers and executives from across the healthcare spectrum: CEOs, physician executives, medical affairs and scientific leaders, venture capital and private equity investors, academics and entrepreneurs. This is your front row ticket to discussions on...
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Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Robert DeFina, Ph.D., Villanova University
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Catholic Social Teaching and Income Inequality
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In the last decade, social work education relevant to Nepal and its societal values and international social work has emerged and is growing. There are many challenges and opportunities in its development. Bala Raju Nikku shares insights into the development of Nepalese social work.
2018Jul04 - Viswam on Becoming Better and Becoming a Better Employee - including Communication Skills a 30 Hour Training Programme for the Administrative Staff of University College of Arts and Social Sciences,  organized by UGC UPE Bureau of Human Resources, Osmania University, at Seminar Hall, Department of Political Science, University College of Arts and Social Sciences. This is a live audio recording of the session by me on Becoming Better and Becoming a Better Employee, including...
Topics: Becoming Better, Becoming a Better Employee, Communication Skills, University College of Arts and...
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
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Social workers are a relatively mobile profession. Many of us find ourselves working in other countries but how well prepared are we for the experience? Allen Bartley talks about New Zealand research on migrant social workers.
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Pamela Trevithick is an academic and practitioner. She is Visiting Professor in Social Work at Buckinghamshire New University in the UK and Chair of GAPS, a membership organization promoting relationship-based approaches, and psychodynamic and systemic thinking in social work.
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As we approach World Social Day 2013, equality is on the global agenda. In today’s podcast, Julie Fish talks to us about social work’s role in addressing health inequalities and the social determinants of health, and the importance of raising the profession’s profile in this area of practice.
Business Rockstars
by BUSINESS ROCKSTARS
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Kristoffer Nelson has over fifteen years of experience helping businesses and individuals succeed. Kristoffer integrates the skills and experience of a manager, coach, change agent and facilitator drawing insights from psychology, organizational dynamics and other developmental sciences successfully and consistently delivering exceptional and profitable change. As the COO of Social Reality, Kris oversees product, customer support & account management, network management and growth,...
B2B Marketing Insider's Radio Show
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In this week's episode of the B2B Marketing Radio Show, New York Times recognized social media marketing expert Kristina Jaramillo, interviews Social Marketology author Ric Dragon on how to improve your social media processes. What You Will Learn During This Radio Show Interview with Social Marketology Author Ric Dragon How marketing in social media is fundamentally different from conventional marketing and why Why social media marketers need to embrace all the different social sciences...
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Maggie Walter presents some challenging ideas in this podcast, particularly how white privilege dominates within Australian society to the point of invisibility. Her research examines whiteness in Australian social work through the lens of Bourdieu and whiteness theory.
Play Therapy Community Inspiration, Information, & Connection for Child Therapists Around the World | ADHD, Autism Spectrum
by Jackie Flynn - Licensed Psychotherapist, Registered Play Therapist, Education Specialist, Adolescent Life Coach and a Parent Educator
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My guest today is Dr. Jonathan Singer, Ph. D., LCSW, who is an expert in the area of suicide. He is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Loyola University in Chicago and the founder and host of The Social Work podcast. He co-authored the book, Suicide in Schools. This episode focuses on suicide pacts and the social media component and is the second piece of a two-part series. The language we use around suicide is important. Instead of “suicide threat,” the less-threatening terminology...
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by Philippe Chanial
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Enregistrement audio de l'intervention de Philippe Chanial, le 14/12/2013, séminaire "L'inconscient est social": "Homo homini deus? Durkheim ou le mariage sacré de l'individu et de la société", laboratoire Sophiapol, Université Paris Ouest La Défense
Topics: durkheim, inconscient, psychanalyse, sciences sociales, société
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
by podsocs.com
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Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Teresa Mambu-Rasch
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Off Exhibit at The Maryland Zoo
by Off Exhibit at The Maryland Zoo
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Episode #10 They are our closest relatives and they share more in common with us than any other animals. From complex social structures to intelligent problem solving, chimpanzees are animals that continue to teach us much about our wild world. In this episode, Chimpanzee Area Manager Claire MacNamara shares her own personal connection to these […]
Psychology Book Club Podcast
by hannah@becomingwhoyouare.net
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This episode is a discussion about Envy: A Theory of Social Behaviour by Helmut Schoek.  Here is a summary of the book from Amazon: Envy was first published in German in 1966, then in an English translation in 1970. This classic study is one of the few books to explore extensively the many facets of envy - "a drive which lies at the core of man's life as a social being." Ranging widely over literature, philosophy, psychology, and the social sciences, Professor Schoeck - a...
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The world is changing. Robots and technological advancements will be very important to social work in the next two decades. How we engage with technology and predict and manage the issues that will arise alongside technological advancement is important. Equality, power and social justice will be on the agenda. Antonio López Peláez talks about his research on social work and robots.
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
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In this podcast, Sharlene Nipperess discusses human rights, a core value of social work. Her research explores how much we really know about the relationship of social work values to practice and how well social work education prepares students for a human rights perspective.
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How does Generation Y view social work and negotiate their professional identities? Tiffany Apaitia Vague addresses these issues in her research on young social workers in New Zealand. Despite disruption from devastating natural disasters, the values and commitment to their communities is strong for young New Zealand social workers.
Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Susan Stabile
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A lecture from Susan Stabile sponsored by the Office for Mission & Ministry as part of a year-long series on economic justice.
Social Sciences and Society - Audio
by Bishop John Ricard, S.S.J
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In today’s podcast, Richard Ingram is sharing his research about emotions and emotional intelligence and its relationship to social work.
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In this podcast, Elizabeth Beddoe discusses the role of resilience in social work particularly in relation to practitioner and student well-being.
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Grahame Simpson talks to us today about social work in the field of brain injuries. His miniature schnauzers, Abbey and Hayley, feel compelled to join the conversation.
Podsocs - Social Work Podcasts
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Dans une actualite nationale et au-dela, marquee par une nouvelle *trahison des clercs* que mesurent lâaccroissement des inegalites sociales, la perte de sens au travail, la financiarisation de lâeconomie, de frequentes revelations sur des faits de corruption des gouvernants, une evasion fiscale de grande ampleur de la part des entreprises et des classes sociales privilegiees, etc., des initiatives sont engagees pour faciliter le retour dâun acteur central mais a la visibilite publique...
Topics: salaire a vie, commun, anticapitalisme, democratie
The 35th Annual Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Social Research Conference sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Criminology presents the keynote address delivered by Kenneth C. Tsang, '13 A&S, titled "First Steps as a Research Professional: Advice From a Recent Alumnus".